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Local Consultations

Title Lead Organisation Summary Start Date Closing Date
Deferred Payment Policy Consultations Tameside Council The Care Act requires local councils to offer a Deferred Payment Scheme as a method of paying for care where it is subject to charging. The policy has been in place since August 2015; however a recent review found that some aspects of the policy require further clarification. We are consulting on a number of amendments to the policy which are proposed to ensure that the policy reflects the duties and responsibilities placed on local councils under the Care Act 2014. 07/05/19 18/06/19

Regional Consultations

Greater Manchester Vascular Services Survey Greater Manchester Health & Social Care Partnership The Greater Manchester Specialist Care Programme is reviewing hospital-based vascular services to make them the best they can be and to ensure that they are sustainable for the future. They are looking to gather the experiences of those who have used the service and their relatives in order to plan future services. 15/05/19 28/06/19
Greater Manchester Clean Air Proposals Clean Air GM Greater Manchester is working to tackle air pollution. Unless something is done, roads across Greater Manchester will continue to have dangerously high levels of pollutants, which can contribute to a wide range of illnesses and health conditions. A range of measures have been put forward to reduce roadside NO2 levels while protecting local people, business and the economy. A series of government-funded schemes to help Greater Manchester HGV, bus and coach, taxi and private hire vehicles upgrade to cleaner vehicles. The Clean Air Plan will be developed in more detail in the coming months and your input is needed. 13/05/19 30/06/19
Our Pass Opportunities GMCA Our Pass is for 16-18 year olds in Greater Manchester. It combines free bus travel with access to sport, culture and leisure offers. It will become available from this September with applications open from July. Before this launches, GMCA would like to hear from young people to find out what they will use it for. 09/05/19 23/06/19
Recycle for Greater Manchester
Campaign Feedback
Recycle for Greater Manchester Recycle for Greater Manchester works with each of the ten local authorities in the city region to inspire and encourage residents to manage their waste and recycling responsibly. They would like to hear feedback on their recent campaign to shape future campaigns to improve the quality and quantity of Greater Manchester’s recycling. 26/04/19 27/05/19
Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service – Programme for Change GMCA / GMFRS Programme for Change represents a major transformation programme for Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service with the aim of ensuring the Service has the right resources in the right places, is well-equipped, well-managed, and well-led. This consultation is the public’s opportunity to contribute their views on some of the content of the business case including:
  • A proposal to consolidate six fire stations into three brand new community fire stations in Bolton, Manchester and Stockport.
  • A proposal to manage the fleet of fire engines whilst ensure their response time is still faster than the national average.
29/03/19 31/05/19

National Consultations

Consultation of a new Rent Standard from 2020 Regulator of Social Housing A new Rent Standard is proposed to be introduced from April 2020. It applies to private registered providers, local authority registered providers, tenants, lenders and anyone who has an interest in social housing. The new standard sets out specific expectations relating to the following areas:
The 2020 limit
Rules on Social Rent (including fair rent)
Rules on Affordable Rent;
Movement between different types of rent.
09/05/19 30/07/19
Serious violence: new legal duty to support multi-agency action Home Office Tackling serious violence requires a multi-agency approach involving a range of partners and agencies such as education, health, social services, housing, youth and victim services, offender management and others. This consultation sets out options for supporting a multi-agency or ‘public health’ approach for partners to work together voluntarily to prevent and tackle serious violence and would like to hear views on the proposal. 01/04/19 28/05/19
Introducing further advertising restrictions of products high in fat, sugar and salt (HFSS) on TV and online Department of Health and Social Care Childhood obesity is one of the most pressing public health challenges that we face. As part of the Childhood Obesity Plan for Action, the Government set an ambition to reduce the gap in obesity between children from the most and least deprived areas. The Government is concerned that despite existing restrictions, children see a significant level of HFSS adverts through the media they engage with the most and this can shape their choices and over time, lead to obesity. Therefore they are consulting on options across broadcast and online media in order to reduce children’s exposure to HFSS advertising. 18/03/19 10/06/19